Submitted by Agilent Technologies
The online report, available on Agilent's Web site at www.agilent.com/go/sustainability, is aimed at customers, investors, employees, suppliers, governments, non-governmental organizations, and other stakeholders with an interest in the company's operations. In addition, a summary of the Agilent's citizenship performance highlights will be included in Agilent's hardcopy 2004 Corporate Report.
"While business success and market leadership are clearly a business's first priorities, I believe that leading companies set the standard in corporate social responsibility as well," said Ned Barnholt, Agilent chairman, president and chief executive officer, "Our corporate citizenship efforts strengthen Agilent's long-term competitiveness and help improve the viability of our many communities, and we will continue to make these efforts a priority."
Highlights for this year's report include a new "information for investors" section and an in-depth look at how Agilent responds to four of our key citizenship challenges--climate change, hazardous materials management, community investment and giving, and supplier environmental and social responsibility management.
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